Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected - My Lady Love, My Dove Summary & Analysis

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My Lady Love, My Dove Summary

Arthur and his wife Pamela wait for their evening guests to arrive. They are going to play bridge together; Pamela is extremely competitive about this game, and decides that she wants to bug the guests' room with a microphone in order to spy on them that evening. Once they arrive, the group makes small talk for a time, and then gets to playing bridge. They are a competitive pair, but Sally, the female guest, loses quite a few points in one hand. Later, Arthur and Pamela overhear the "nice" couple in the bedroom, as Harry makes Sally count cards and keep practicing, speaking to her in a harsh and unpleasant tone. Pamela is inspired, and decides that she and Arthur will learn how to do the same thing.

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